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TOMSK, Oct 6 - RIA Tomsk. Tomsk "Indigo" theater finished shooting a series of films “City Tours: Stories for Everyone” with sign language interpretation; the premiere will take place on October 25 at the "Aelita" entertainment center, the director of the theater Tatiana Topchiy told RIA Tomsk.
Earlier it was reported that the "Indigo" theater is preparing documentary films-excursions around Tomsk "History for All". The deaf and hard of hearing actors of the theater starred in them, Alexander Postnikov became the main director, Ekaterina Kirsanova became the screenwriter and guide. Films are accompanied by sign language.
"We have already finished films, completed them, I am now engaged in printing, making a poster. <...> On October 25 at 18.30 a presentation of the project will be held in "Aelita". We plan to invite (to show) Tomsk Technical School of Social Technologies, where inclusive education, a boarding school, where there are also deaf and hard of hearing, and our "Indigo" team, - Topchiy said.
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She clarified that the three films - “Tomsk province: tsesarevich and prisons”, “Tomsk merchants” and “Tomsk universities” - are designed both for people with hearing impairments, and for ordinary viewers. Watching movies will be free.
The agency’s interlocutor added that after the screening the films will be posted on the "Murashov Center" website and on social networks. In addition, films will be transferred to the Tomsk Technical School of Social Technologies and the regional department of culture and tourism.
Topchiy also said that the theater staff received a subsidy as a socially oriented non-profit organization for shooting films. "About 600 thousand rubles, basically everything went to the salary part for the operator, installer, guide", - she said.